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, anderson, tonight the cleanup continues. the hardest hit areas are still closed. texas governor rick perry came by the area today. he actually used to represent this area back in the late 1980s as a legislator so it's close to his heart and he described the destruction as incomprehensible. but there is some good news to report tonight. the seven missing that we told you about last night have all been found. they have all been located which is great news. also, the sheriff says that on a limited basis, he's going to open that hardest hit area tomorrow morning. the residents will be able to go in, take a look at their homes. they won't be able to stay there. media is certainly not allowed. they have to be out of there by 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night. also, some great stories, some dramatic stories of survival and some unexpected reunions, and we had the chance to witness one of those today. when the winds picked up, granbury resident jerry shuttlesworth knew he was in trouble. >> i was watching trees start to buckle over. i said oh, god, please, don't let this happen. the wind got so strong, at
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